FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS GREY CONFIRMED!!!!

Who will be the first person you tell your score?

Parents
28
29%
Spouse
21
22%
Sibling/kids/Other family member
4
4%
Friends
14
15%
This Thread
9
9%
No one loves me
10
11%
What score?
9
9%
 
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Postby leslieknope » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:35 pm

schmelling wrote:Ohhhh my god jachnun is the best! Ever had malawach rigo? Its the same dough but formed flat and pan fried so it is crispy. Served with the same stuff. Both are soooo good.


Malawach=devil food. It's literally just fried puff pastry and it's so unbelievbly delicious and bad for you. I think I have some in my freezer, actually...

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Postby peppermint » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:36 pm

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:36 pm

CambrianExplosives wrote:
RaiderRed wrote:
CambrianExplosives wrote:
peppermint wrote:Do you promise to make me Middle Eastern food?

That reminds me. I need to make something Turkish. It's the perfect blend of Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern. I've been craving some since I went there on my honeymoon earlier this year.

That sounds like an awesome honeymoon! Where did yall stay? :shock:

We were there for almost three weeks. Most of it was in Istanbul, but we spent about 5 days in Cappadocia in a cave hotel. My wife and I loved it there so much and really want to go back. We decided not to do a more robust itinerary because it was our first vacation in 2 years and wanted to relax, but now there's so much more in that country we want to go back and see.

That's awesome! We're going to the Caribbean/Disneyworld for two and a half weeks for our honeymoon. Mainly cause the proposal was at Disneyworld and we're both kids at heart. Don't judge too hard we're young lol) but I'll have to look up that cave hotel. It sounds really interesting. I love outdoors and stuff but fiancée is not too big on it.

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:36 pm

peppermint wrote: Rigo, you're so pretty! It's not fair how good looking you are.

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Postby leslieknope » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:38 pm

Dirigo wrote:
peppermint wrote:Do you promise to make me Middle Eastern food?

I got you Pepp.
Rigo will drive you to Queens for some jachnun.
[img]rigo[/img]


omg I think this is the first time I caught a Rigo PW! you're adorbs and I'm 1000% coming to eat jachnun in Queens with you guys

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Postby CambrianExplosives » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:38 pm

leslieknope wrote:
CambrianExplosives wrote:
peppermint wrote:Do you promise to make me Middle Eastern food?

That reminds me. I need to make something Turkish. It's the perfect blend of Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern. I've been craving some since I went there on my honeymoon earlier this year.


Tell me more about this Turkish food you're craving. I think I have a bad impression of Turkish food because in Europe Turkish kebabs is what you eat when it's 3:30 AM and you're coming home from the bar hungry as hell and it's the only place open, and it's overwhelmingly pretty gross. I need to fix this!


Well Kebabs are definitely a thing in Turkey, but they are really good. Also Kebabs are not always meet on a stick. For example, Testi Kebab (Pronounced Tasty and having no relation to what it may look like) is more or less a delicious stew cooked in a clay pot.

Beyond kebabs though there are some really nice meals. Manti, for example, are known as Turkish Ravioli. Basically they are small ravioli like dumplings in a yogurt sauce with a bit of a red sauce drizzled on top. They are a bit sour, but it depends on what spices you add. Spices are really important in Turkish cooking, which isn't surprising since its big in both Greek and Middle-Eastern.

Finally, I got some of the cheapest, freshest fish I've ever tasted. We took a day trip to a very touristic area, sat right on the water looking at the most beautiful sight and ate the most expensive fish there. It was around $18 per entree. Most were more like $8-10.

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Postby WhiskeyAndCupcakes » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:39 pm

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Postby JackelJ » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:39 pm

looking good rigo

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Postby peppermint » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:41 pm

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Postby CambrianExplosives » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:42 pm

RaiderRed wrote:
CambrianExplosives wrote:That's awesome! We're going to the Caribbean/Disneyworld for two and a half weeks for our honeymoon. Mainly cause the proposal was at Disneyworld and we're both kids at heart. Don't judge too hard we're young lol) but I'll have to look up that cave hotel. It sounds really interesting. I love outdoors and stuff but fiancée is not too big on it.

The cave hotels are really nice. They aren't "Outdoorsy" at all. Here is the one we stayed in, http://www.thecavehotel.com/seyirlik-no-6-deluxe-suite/.

Also my parents did a Disney Cruise for their honeymoon so no judgments here.

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:42 pm

peppermint wrote:
leslieknope wrote:Tell me more about this Turkish food you're craving. I think I have a bad impression of Turkish food because in Europe Turkish kebabs is what you eat when it's 3:30 AM and you're coming home from the bar hungry as hell and it's the only place open, and it's overwhelmingly pretty gross. I need to fix this!

Doner kebab! I've forgotten about that. I guess I have had some Turkish food after all but it sounds like it's just fast food Turkish rather than legit traditional Turkish

These are highly popular in Germany. I had them in Munich and Berlin. Doner is simply amazing.

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:45 pm

Cambrian wrote:The cave hotels are really nice. They aren't "Outdoorsy" at all. Here is the one we stayed in, http://www.thecavehotel.com/seyirlik-no-6-deluxe-suite/.

Also my parents did a Disney Cruise for their honeymoon so no judgments here.


That's so sick! And it's gorgeous. I need to visit further east than Germany. I loved it, but I wanna experience more culture.
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Postby Rigo » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:46 pm

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Postby The Abyss » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:47 pm

I can't imagine being in an airplane the length of time it takes to get to another continent. Although flying might be more enjoyable when the destination isn't Detroit.

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Postby JackelJ » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:47 pm

Dirigo wrote:
schmelling wrote:Ohhhh my god jachnun is the best! Ever had malawach rigo?

Yes! I love it all.

&& thanks for the compliments, guys. Full disclosure: that was taken two years and I am way more pale and generally less attractive now, so don't feel intimidated. No more fake and bake (although I probably should get back on that so I don't turn into a lobster first day in Hawaii.)

nonsense, I'm sure you're just as attractive

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Postby msp8 » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:50 pm

schmelling wrote:Ohhhh my god jachnun is the best! Ever had malawach rigo? Its the same dough but formed flat and pan fried so it is crispy. Served with the same stuff. Both are soooo good.


Interesting! I've never had malawach before. I had to look it up because I thought you were talking about malawah -- also Yemeni, but just bread. Not fried puff pastry stuff. Think Indian naan bread, but much better.

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Postby Rigo » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:51 pm

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Postby CambrianExplosives » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:57 pm

The Abyss wrote:I can't imagine being in an airplane the length of time it takes to get to another continent. Although flying might be more enjoyable when the destination isn't Detroit.

It's truly hell. It's 10-12+ hours in a small cramped area. It's super hard to sleep and the air feels weird. At least you get to watch a lot of movies and get food. It's not good food, but its more than you get on domestic flights. Except for Turkish Airlines. They spoiled us with food. They had an in-flight chef that made a full meal on a flight that lasted ~2 hours.

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Postby peppermint » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:59 pm

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Postby msp8 » Sun Feb 08, 2015 12:00 am

peppermint wrote:
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schmelling wrote:Ohhhh my god jachnun is the best! Ever had malawach rigo? Its the same dough but formed flat and pan fried so it is crispy. Served with the same stuff. Both are soooo good.


Interesting! I've never had malawach before. I had to look it up because I thought you were talking about malawah -- also Yemeni, but just bread. Not fried puff pastry stuff. Think Indian naan bread, but much better.

My people's food! Homemade naan is awesome, if that malawah is even better then I totally gotta try it.


Yeaah, well ... maybe I haven't tried enough homemade naan. ;) But it's in a similar ballpark anyway. Malawah is crazy good, but requires the right oven equipment. And so few restaurants in North America have that equipment/do it properly.




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